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Boadi, R. A., Boateng, R., Hinson, R. and Opoku, R. A. (2007). Preliminary Insights into M-commerce Adoption in Ghana. Information Development, 23(4), 253-265. ** This publication was listed among the 50 Most Read Articles in the Journal for January – April 2008. ***Became No. 1 (Top) Most Read Article in the journal in March 2010.

Hinson, R., Boateng, R., and Madichie, N. (2010). What Does My Website Say About My CSR Activities? An Investigation of Banks Operating in Ghana, International Journal of Bank Marketing, 28(7), 498 – 518.

Boateng, R., Mbrokoh, A.S., Boateng, L., Senyo, P.K., & Ansong, E. (2016). ‘Determinants of e-learning adoption among students of developing countries’, International Journal of Information and Learning Technology, 33(4), pp. 248–262. doi: 10.1108/ijilt-02-2016-0008.

Mughele, E.S., Tunde, A., Longe, O.B. and Boateng, R. (2012) Factor Analysis for G.S.M. Services Congestion The Case of MTN Nigeria, Computing and Information Systems Journal, 16(1), pp. 19-30.

Boateng, R. and Hinson, R. (2008). Information Systems Development: Where Does Knowledge Lie and How Does Learning Occur? Development and Learning in Organizations, 22(3), 18-20. [ERA (Excellence in Research Assessment for Australia), ACPHIS Rank C]

Boateng, R. (2011). A Resource-Based Model for E-Commerce in Developing Countries, African Journal of Computing & ICT, 4(1), pp. 31-44.

Sakyi, E.K., R. Azunu & K.S. Agomor, (2011), “Assessing Ghanaian MPs’ Perceptions of Knowledge and Capacity in Extractive Sector Policy-making and Governance” GIMPA Journal of Leadership, Management and Administration, Vol. 7(1), GIMPA, Accra.

Sakyi, E.K., R. Azunu & J.N. Bawole (2011) “Does Decentralisation lead to Improvement in Planning of Health Services? Findings from Six District Health Administrators in Ghana” Journal of Local Government Studies, Volume 3(1)

Hinson, R. (2011). Online CSR reportage of award-winning versus non award-winning banks in Ghana. Journal of Information, Communication and Ethics in Society, 9(2), 102-115

Boadi, A., Boateng, R., Hinson, R., & Opoku, R. (2007). Preliminary insights into M-Commerce adoption in Ghana. Information Development, 23, 253-265.

Ivang, R., Rask, M., & Hinson, R. (2009). B2b inter-organizational digitalization strategies – towards an interaction based approach. Journal of Research in Interactive Marketing, 3(4), 244-261. (2010 Emerald Literati Outstanding paper Award, Emerald Publishing Limited, United Kingdom)

Hinson, R. E., Madichie, N. O., & Ibrahim, M. (2012). A dialogic communications interrogation of the online brand dispositions of banks operating in Ghana. International Journal of Bank Marketing, 30(7), 508-526.

Opoku, R., & Hinson, R. (2006). Online brand personalities: An exploratory analysis of selected African countries. Place Branding & Public Diplomacy Journal, 2(2), 118-129.

Mahmoud M., & Hinson, R. (2012). Market orientation in a developing economy public institution: revisiting the Kohli and Jaworski framework. International Journal of Public Sector Management, 25(2), 88 – 102.

Hinson, R. E., & Ndhlovu, T. P. (2011). Conceptualising corporate social responsibility (CSR) and corporate social investment (CSI): the South African context. Social Responsibility Journal, 7(3), 332-346.

Hinson, R., & Nkrumah, G. A. (2007). Towards a Sustainable Framework for Computer Based Health Information Systems (CHIS) for Least Developed Countries (LDCs). International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance, 20(6), 532-544

Hinson, R. E., & Adjasi, C. K. (2009). The internet and export: some cross-country evidence from selected African countries. Journal of Internet Commerce, 8(3-4), 309-324.

Hinson, R. (2006). The internet for academics: Towards a holistic adoption model” Online Information Review, 30(5), 542-554.

Mahmoud, M., & Hinson, R. (2012). Market orientation, innovation and corporate social responsibility practices in Ghana’s telecommunication sector. Social Responsibility Journal, 8(3), 327 – 346.

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